PAN ARAB GAMES


PAN ARAB GAMES
13/12/2011, Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Al-Sadd Stadium – 1.500
IRAQ 0-3 BAHRAIN [HT 0-1]
SCORERS: Fahad Yousef Abdullah Ahmed Hassan Hardan 41′ (0-1), Ismail Abdul-Latif Hassan 63′ penalty (0-2), Ismail Abdul-Latif Hassan 70′ (0-3)

IRAQ: (4-5-1)
[22] Nour Sabri [c] [Al-Najaf] [63/0]
[2] Mohammed Ali Karim [Al-Zawraa] [27/0]
[19] Hussam Kadhim [Naft Al-Janoub] [5/0]
[21] Farid Majeed [Al-Shurta] [16/0]
[3] Ahmed Ibrahim [Arbil] [8/0]
[5] Ibrahim Kamil [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya] [1/0]
[7] >74′ Loay Salah [Arbil] [19/3]
[20] Muthanna Khalid [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya] [25/0]
[8] Samar Saeed [Al-Najaf] [29/0]
[6] >62′ Salih Sadir [Al-Najaf] [53/7]
[11] Amir Sabah [Zakho] [7/0]
[17] >62′ Alaa Abdul-Zahra [Al-Wakra-QAT] [44/10]
[13] Karrar Jassim [Esteghlal Tehran-IRN] [44/3]
[10] Amjad Radhi [Arbil] [12/0]
COACH: “Zico” Arthur Antunes Coimbra (Brazil)

BAHRAIN: Abbas Ahmed Ali Khamis; Walid Mohammed Abdullah Ali Al-Hayam, Salih Abdul-Hamed Salih Mohammed Al-Mahmedi, Ibrahim Ali Hassan Mashkhas Al-Obaidli, Dawood Saad Salman Mohammed Saad; Abdullah Omar Ismail, Fahad Yousef Abdullah Ahmed Hassan Hardan, Mahmoud Abdul-Rahman Mohammed Nour “Ringo” (Abdul-Wahab Abdul-Rahman Hedaib Issa Ali Al-Maloud 61′), Hamad Rakah Humoud Al-Enezi (Mohammed Duaij Salih Ali Al-Mahorfi 7′); Ismail Abdul-Latif Hassan, Sami Mohammed Saeed Al-Husseini (Hamad Faisal Al-Sheikh Al-Banki 77′)
COACH: Peter John Taylor (England)

Referee: Khalid Abdul-Rahman (Sudan)
Linesmen: Ahmed Ali Walid (Sudan) & Badr Al-Shumrani (Saudi Arabia)
Fourth Official: Ibrahim Gharouf (Palestine)
Cautions: Mohammed Duaij Salih Ali Al-Mahorfi 72′, Fahad Yousef Abdullah Ahmed Hassan Hardan 90+2′.
Note: On December 4, Qusai Munir signed a contract with Saudi club Al-Nassr until the end of the 2011-2011 season. Syria withdraw in protest of the Arab League sanctions, and Iraq’s first game on December 10 was cancelled. On the bench were 12 Mohammed Kasid, 4 Qusai Munir, 6 Salih Sadir, 7 Loay Salah, 9 Dhargham Ismail, 14 Salam Shaker, 15 Ali Rahema, 17 Alaa Abdul-Zahra, 18 Mahdi Karim, 23 Mustafa Ahmed. According to sources in the Iraqi camp, Zico was looking to drop Mohammed Ali Karim, Farid Majeed, Samar Saeed, Amir Sabah and goalkeeper Nour Sabri after the defeat to Bahrain. The coach was surprised with the level of the five players, and that their selection were not well thought out, despite having watched players like Samar and Farid in some of Iraq’s matches. Ahmed Ayad was having treatment at the Aspire Academy, as a result of his adductor muscle injury received in one of Iraq’s training sessions and he was replaced by Mahdi Karim.

PAN ARAB GAMES
16/12/2011, Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Al-Sadd Stadium –
QATAR 0-0 IRAQ

QATAR: Qasim Abdul-Hamed Burhan; Hamid Ismail Khalifa (Mohammed Al-Sayid Abdul-Mutalab ‘Jeddo’ 81′), Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Ghanim [c], Khalid Salih Ahmed, Mohammed Mousa Ali; Lawrence Awuley Quaye, Mohammed Omar Saeed, Khalid Muftah Emaiw Majid Muftah, Adil Lami Khalid Mohammed (Hussein Ali Shihab 73′); Mohammed Razzaq (Abdul-Aziz Hatim Mohammed 89′), Andrés Sebastián Soria Quintana.
COACH: Sebastião Barroso Lazaroni (Brazil)

IRAQ: (4-5-1)
[22] Nour Sabri [c] [Al-Najaf] [64/0]
[2] Mohammed Ali Karim [Al-Zawraa] [28/0]
[19] Hussam Kadhim [Naft Al-Janoub] [6/0]
[14] Salam Shaker [Al-Khor-QAT] [43/2]
[3] Ahmed Ibrahim [Arbil] [9/0]
[21] Farid Majeed [Al-Shurta] [17/0]
[5] Ibrahim Kamil [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya] [2/0]
[8] Samar Saeed [Al-Najaf] [30/0]
[10] >79′ Amjad Radhi [Arbil] [13/0]
[6] Salih Sadir [Al-Najaf] [54/7]
[11] >86′ Amir Sabah [Zakho] [8/0]
[23] Mustafa Ahmed [Arbil] [3/0]
[13] >66′ Karrar Jassim [Esteghlal Tehran-IRN] [44/3]
[7] Loay Salah [Arbil] [20/3]
COACH: “Zico” Arthur Antunes Coimbra (Brazil)

Referee: Djamel Haïmoudi (Algeria)
Linesmen: Issa Mahmoud Ahmed Al-Amawi (Jordan) & Amin Shaban Halabi (Palestine)
Fourth Official: Ibrahim Gharouf (Palestine)
Cautions: Salih Sadir 7′, Khalid Salih Ahmed 10′, Mustafa Ahmed 24′.
Note: On the bench 1 Jalal Hassan, 4 Qusai Munir, 9 Dhargham Ismail, 10 Amjad Radhi, 11 Amir Sabah, 12 Mohammed Kasid, 13 Karrar Jassim, 17 Alaa Abdul-Zahra, 18 Mahdi Karim, 20 Muthanna Khalid. Qatar needed four goals to top the group A and qualify to the next round. Ali Rahema was out with influenza. The Organising Committee rejected the Qatari request to change the time of the match from 19:30 to 18:15pm, claiming links with television rights in different countries being a problem.

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